Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.
Hi this is Amy Delman from Amy Delman Public Relations. Welcome to PR Minute. Today we are going to discuss “Why It’s Important For A Company To Be A Good Neighbor” in its surrounding communities.
Your company has resources and you could use those resources to help the community whether you sponsor little league, pop warner football, or if you hear that the community is having a problem such as pollution in a local river. You can actually build an exercise, a team building exercise, where members of your company go down and help the community achieve whatever goals they are wishing to achieve. Not only does this build moral within your own company, it lets the community know you as people and not just an organization. Most companies do good by doing well and that’s something that you want your company to be known for.
Bruce H. Levitt, Levitt & Slafkes, Discusses End Of Home Affordable Modification Program on Radio Show
Our client Bruce H. Levitt, Managing Member, Levitt & Slafkes, P.C, was recently featured on 1450 WCTC radio to discuss the termination of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and foreclosures in New Jersey. The HAMP ended on December 31, 2016. New programs are beginning to form to replace HAMP.
Here’s the interview:
Shelley B. Slafkes and Bruce H. Levitt, Levitt & Slafkes, P.C, were recently featured in a wonderful NJBIZ article on helping their clients beyond the law. Here’s some of what the article had to say:
Just over a decade after founding the firm with husband Bruce Levitt, Slafkes earned a master of social work from Rutgers University and became a licensed social worker.
“Sometimes I think I use those skills here more than I would in social work positions,” she said. “It’s a very emotional area of the law. People come to us with all sorts of problems. You have to be able to make them feel comfortable, to be caring and compassionate.
“That, in turn, makes for a better practice, because people open up and talk to you when (you come from a social work background). You get a bigger picture, which is important, especially for this area of the law.”
Any advantage she can garner for her practice is welcome, given that her specialized law firm has to fight for all the business it gets.
Congratulations to our client Bruce H. Levitt, Managing Partner, Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., on discussing the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) with NJBIZ Triple Play! In this feature, Levitt discussed the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and how New Jersey homeowners can protect themselves from scams. Here’s a sample of what he had to say:
“Over the past several years we have had many people contact us after paying thousands, of dollars to loan modification experts for promises of modifications that they were never eligible for and that seems to have increased in the last several months since the end of the HAMP program was announced”.